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mornings on 2 starts now. good morning, thank you for joining us, tuesday morning, june 6 june 6th. i'm pam cook. i'll alex savage, dave dave is off this morning. first we are going to talk about today's weather. >> yes. >> and change is in store for the rest of this week. >> starting today. >> we see that today. >> i feel it today. >> all right. >> fog is bigger. for some yesterday it was warm, for others it was nice, we had 60s to 90s, today more 50s to 80s, the cloud deck is really ramping up, it looks like it is going to join force from south to north, north to south. already over oakland, yesterday it took about 5:00 to 5:30 before it rolled in. but i expect that to pick up later. 50s on the temps.
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warmer than yesterday. we had some cool readings, this system is coming in which is showing every sign of giving at least from the golden gate north some rain towards thursday, 50s, 60s, 70s and 8 east, all right, 4:01, multiple issues yesterday. >> you and me both hope that. it is quiet. good morning to you. we are looking at the altamont pass and there is not a lot going on westbound as you come through. a little bit of road work eastbound has slowed traffic heading out toward the altamont pass. if you are driving from livermore out to trace you will see some slow traffic there. 580 westbound looks okay. there is slow traffic eastbound as you drive up on some road work. we look at 580, it continues to look good to dublin and hayward. 880 north and southbound not a bad commute in front of oracle
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there. at the bay bridge it is light. 4:02, let's go back to the desk. sal, thank you. two men facing criminal charges in the deaths of 36 people in oakland's ghost ship warehouse fire. now on the right-hand side is a new booking photo we got of the building manager derickal almeda and max torres, mull tin nate into the debt knee. >> almena and harris. >> says derick almena and max harris created a fire trap, she says the warehouse was full of unsafe construction and electrical work. >> floor to ceiling storages of highly flammable material that
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created deadly and dangerous space. >> the building has no fire suppression, nor did it have lighted pathways to get out. >> trapped by smoke and flames, guests that night faced what o'malley calls a nearly impossible labyrinth to get out. for the concert an exit leading to the ground floor was purposely blocked. >> leading only one way to get out of the second floor of that building. >> rather get on the floor and be trampled by the parents. >> this is derick shortly after the fire, refusing questions about his role. >> sorry, i'm incredibly sorry, what do you want me to say? i am not going to answer these questions. >> he was arrested and booked, he said little in court as his bail was set at just over $1 million. he and harris arrested in los angeles face potential prison sentences of 39 years. >> it is a good start. but certainly the individuals
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being charged i agree with that. >> reflecting on the lives lost, the city councilman who represents the neighborhood. >> i think we need to hold each other responsible from the almenas and property owners and so forth. >> the warehouse owner was not charged. >> the families are still hoping that the ings will be held accountable. >> leaving families half satisfied with the arrest. >> the parents are very emotional when they heard the news. they have been waiting for it with baited breath and now what -- bated breath, now there is a sense of relief that something is being done. >>al immediate's attorneys scrape get of our client. the da stands by a 6 month investigation which included a dozen search warrants, 300 pieces of evidence and 6000 documents building the case.
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>> derick almeda will be a rained thursday morning, max harris doesn't yet show up on the jail roster so he apparently still waiting to be brought from southern california. da o'malley refused all questions about the future of this investigation and the potential prosecution of the building owner. >> in oakland debra. there were more raids in london overnight in connection to saturday's terror attack that killed 7 people and injured 48 others. the raids were in a neighborhood near the homes of two of the three attackers. one of the men have been identified as 30-year-old rashed ruinan and police say he had no record of radicalization before the attack. the second man identified as 27- year-old known to authorities. investigators say he appeared in documentary the jihadist
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next door and his neighbors say they tried to warn police he was trying to radicalize their children. the mayor of london had a message to honor the victims. >> as the mayor of london, i want to send a clear message to the six and evil extremists who commit these hid use crimes. we will -- hideous crimes. we will defeat you, you will not win. >> just a short timing a police identified the third attacker it 2-year-old yusef -- police say he was not on their radar before this, also killed by police minutes after they drove a van into people on london bridge and started stabbing people at pubs and restaurants near by. police say 12 people were taken into custody after the attack but released without charges. isis is claiming responsibility for shooting and hostage
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situation in australia being called a terror attack. a gunman killed a man inside the lobby of an apartment building then held a woman whose age for several hours -- hostage for several hours yesterday. three police officer were injured the shootouts. the gunman has been identified as mali born refugee, had he a long and violent criminal record. that he was one of two men a quitted back in 2010 of plotting a failed suicide attack on a sidney army base. >> this terrorist attack by a known criminal, a man who is only recently released on parole, is a shocking, cowardly crime. >> investigators say it appears the gunman acted alone an the situation does not seem to be part of any on going threat. the parents of sierra lamar is disappointed that the jury
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decided to spare the life of the man who kidnapped and kill their daughter. >> he will be able to eat every day, see his family, and we don't have that, his family doesn't grieve, we he will grieve for the rest of our lives. >> jurors deliberated for about two days before announcing their decision yesterday in the penalty phase of the murder trial of antonin antolin garcia torres. >> i feel at peace that he will not be on the streets and harm another child. the i think so will be in our lives -- action will be in our lives forever. >> his attorneys will run to court in september to seek a
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new trial. they are expected to question the credibility of the lead detective in the case who was found to have given false testimony in another murder trial. sources tell us here at ktvu news, san jose police officer now a source says a dancer, adult nightclub is accusing mcdonald of taking her to his home and sexually assaulting her. mcdonald has had previous brushes with the law. the rape charge was disanied in april when another victim, alleged victim refused to testify, we're still waiting to hear back from san jose police for more information. 4:09 the time. goffgovernor jerry bound is in china, it could be good news for california's economy. and apple's developers conference continues this morning, we are going to take a
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look inside annually released products along with a new feature coming to your current iphone. you can see that traffic is doing pretty well if you are driving, this is a nice look at the airport, it looks like the airplanes may be delayed this morning. we'll wrap it for you coming up. warm day for some inland yesterday. bigger fog bank this morning, the beginning of a cooler pattern. we'll take a look at those coming up on a tuesday forecast.
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too thousands of people from around the world filled the mchenry convention center yesterday, apple made several announcements an unveiled the homepod. the smart speaker expected to challenge the amazon echo and google home by bringing music and siri into your home. >> i got to hear a demo of that compared to some of the other competitors, and this new homepod speaker is best for anything i have seen in a home for that package. >> the homepod will cost $349. the first of major new product from the company since the apple watch was unveiled in 2015.
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new feature in apple system could make the roads safer. there will be a do not disturb while driving mode in iowa sullivan. once the feature is turned on your phone will be able to detect when you are driving, notifications will be muted and your screen will remain dark while driving. automatic message will be sent to whoever contacts you. a public beta version should be available later this month. tesla is unveiling the model 3, giving fans a sneak peak of the car before it goes into production, mass production next month. prototype on full display in freemont yesterday. it goes from 0 to 60 in 5.6 seconds and has a driving range of 215 miles. it's expected to sell forbe tween 35 and $40,000. now there aren't more details about the new tesla, hundreds of thousands of people have preordered the model 3. >> the model 3 is a game
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changer. there is no question. even if he sells half as many as people have already reserved, that would be just groundswell of support for electric vehicles. >> but experts say it will be a challenge for the freemont facility to meet that kind of demand that tesla is seeing for the new model. elan musk is hoping to produce 500,000 cars a year, the first model to be delivered slightly ahead of schedule. >> that's good. >> a lot of people put down that thousand dollars. >> now you have to deliver. >> i am going to wait until they are actually out and driving around. >> see how people like them. >> yes. >> before you pull the trigger on one. >> kind of like waiting for the phone, right? >> yeah. >> you wait for a phone, you don't want to stand in line. >> no, no. >> you wait until the line dies down then you can walk into the
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store and get your phone. >> and can you hear from friends how they like it. >> and they need to have more of the charges systems around. speaking of which, where is my phone? i shouldn't -- >> shouldn't be too far away. >> it has to be close. i don't feel comfortable. thank you. here it is in my hand. i teal better now. let's take a look at the gilroy commute from gilroy to san jose, as you drive through morgan hill and continue all the way up into san jose, it is a nice looking drive. if you get up early and take advantage of the light roads this is a good time to be doing that. this is 280 and san jose, can you see traffic is moving along nicely on 280 getting up to highway 17. the by bridge toll plaza it is light so far getting into san francisco all the way across the span. 4:16, let's bring steven. thank you, sal. bigger fog bank already forming. it's ramping up big time here
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compared to yesterday when it was mainly confined to the san mateo coast, it burned off quick. upper 990s to low 90s around the coast. bay 60s, 70s a little stronger breeze already in place the beginning of a cooling trend add a major cooling trend is kicking in. bigger fog bank. water temps op the cold side. not much of a breeze here but it is on shore from sfo to hayward. the key again the pattern is out to the delta stronger now than it was idea. 50s are the temps. warmer compared to yesterday. it was cold. a lot of mid 40s, low 40s. some in the mix. in bo craig a bay 47.
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now moving into the picture and this is going to give us not only a windy pattern but rain, golden gate north, not until late wednesday into thursday, that looks to be the main focus to the north. there is pretty impressive tolls. santa rosa, napa, .10 to .25. ukiah ..75. probably local drizzle will kick in tomorrow night. 50s, 60s, 70s, some down 50 to 6 degrees. overall yesterday for sure was the warmest day of the week. we started a cooling trend into friday, slow moving but breezy into the weekend. >> down to 70 by saturday. cooling off big time. >> what a change. >> there you go. >> thank you, steve. all right. 4:19 is the time right now, the
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warriors are in cleveland prepare aring for a big showdown, the changes the team team is trying to make to keep going in the series. a new classified information leak from the nsa, i'm doug luzader in washington who is responsible, more on that just ahead. ♪ the moments that connect us happen one morning at a time, and one cup at a time.
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welcome back to mornings on two, federal agents arrested a woman with a top secret security clearance for
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allegedly leaking classified information to the media. >> after an internet news sight. doug joining us with all the details, doug, good morning. >> we don't know exactly what this woman leaked but it's tough to ignore the timing of all this, her arrest was announced the same day there was this major leak online involving the nsa. what did the nsa know about russian hacking during last year election? perhaps much more than we were initially aware. according to classified intelligence leaked to the intercept, russian hackers tried to infiltrate voting software, the revolution goes far beyond the leaked e-mails and campaign meddling russia has been accused of. so who leaked it? evidence points to a 25-year- old federal contractor, reality lee winner just arrested in
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georgia, what the justice department is saying on or about may 9th winner printed and improper low removed reporting which contained national defense information. a few days later, winner unlaw flee transmitted by mail the intelligence reporting and it raises larger questions about the flood of leaks coming from the nation's intelligence community. >> i don't care if you are a republican or democrat, when you have classified information you cannot put that out there just because you think it would be a good idea. i want people in handcuffs and i want to see people behind bars. >> that has been the position of the white house as well. with president trump tweeting last month i have been asking fbi director comey and others from the beginning of my administration to find the leakers in the intelligence community. since that time comey has been fired but he will return here to capitol hill on thursday and tell lawmakers what he know bus russia and about conversations he had with the president. and there was talk that the
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white house might try to block comey's testimony by invoking executive privilege, the white house announced they will not do that. >> we will be watching for are that testimony, yes. >> thank you, doug. 4:24 is the time, the white house says president trump won't use his executive privilege as doug just mentioned, to stop former fbi director james comey before testifying with the senate committee. lawmakers want to question comey about is whether president trump pressured him to drop the investigation into former white house visor michael flynn's possible ties to russia. both republicans and democrats on the senate intelligence committee say they hope comey is able to shed light on the allegations of coordination between the trump presidential campaign and russia. >> there is a lot of smoke, we have no smoking gun but there is a lot of smoke. >> what comey says and how he says it i think will be important. i haven't frankly understood
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stood what comey has done since about a year ago and his decisions have been i think highly questionable. >> now comey's testimony before the senate intelligence committee is scheduled to begin at 7:00 in the morning our time on thursday. >> and ktvu will have complete coverage of james comey's testimony on thursday on both of our channels, join us on ktvu, for updates throughout the morning along with in-depth analysis as the events unfold. if you want to see the testimony uninterrupted go to our second channel at ktvu plus which you can find on channel 6 or channel 36. >> great news here and have that going on there. >> yes. 4:25 is the time, big grass fire in the east bay shut down traffic along a busy freeway yesterday afternoon, the new warn federal government cal fire as we officially start wildfire season. bill cosby sex assault trial is under way. but will the mother of one of the accusers be allowed to
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testify? i'm allison barber in pennsylvania, i will tell you more in just a minute. good morning, we can see that we are off to a nice start when it comes to driving to oakland in both directions. it does look pretty good as you head up north. advertised yesterday for some it will be the warmth day for about a week, starting a cooling trend today with more fog, we'll see what is in store for those temps. ♪ sun to the farm ♪ ♪ to the seeds in a row ♪ ♪ goodness begins with the seed that you sow ♪ ♪ plant that oat and watch it grow ♪ ♪ good goes around and around and around ♪ ♪ seed to the oat ♪
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. and good morning to you, welcome back here to mornings on 2, tuesday, june 6th i'm alex safe and in for dave dave. >> i'm pam cook. thank you for waking up with us, 4:28 is the time right now. talking to steve with weather. the rain is coming in thursday. >> for some north. >> how far north? i have many people asking me.
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>> i say golden gate bridge north. >> okay, so which is ma run county -- merin county. >> but it will not be very warm, gradually cool and then it will take that into the weekend. i think it will be to the north. san to rosa, san francisco north. but it's here, there it is, for june it's quite impressive. in advance of that we are starting to see a bigger fog bank leading to a cooler pattern here. we'll shave off 3-5 degrees after yesterday's high temps. if you are out toward clair lake, vacaville, keeping an eye on that breeze once it gets over 20 to 25 everybody will cool off. more 50s today. just when we begin to make an
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impact. evening with clouds, cooler air into the weekend. 50s, 60s, 70s, low to mid upper 80s. it's 4:30, things are quiet, yes? yes? >> yeah, you know, things are quiet, steve, as a matter of fact we look this people get up early to beat the commute. if you are driving let's say you are a driver in the solano county commute. the traffic is moving along well through fairfield, back aville, -- vacaville heading east away from 80 you will see a detour in the area not causing a traffic jam. this is the bay bridge teleplays a traffic is moving along as you drive into the area, there have been no major problems getting into san francisco. it's 4:31, let's go back to the


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